Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Senate Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19A Minnesota Senate employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Experts Weigh In On The Latest COVID-19 TestingSome of the world's leading experts on COVID-19 testing offered some sobering and encouraging news.
‘What If I Get Shot?’: Kids Rally For Gun Control At Minnesota CapitolHundreds of children marched on the State Capitol in St. Paul Wednesday demanding an end to gun violence.
Inside The Minnesota Legislature’s ‘Cone Of Silence’Minnesota lawmakers promised on opening day of the 2019 session to make it the most open, transparent one ever. 5 months later, the $48 billion budget deal was brokered by Minnesota's three most powerful politicians after weeks of closed-door meetings -- without public scrutiny.
Minnesota Legislature Passes $48B Budget In Special SessionThe Minnesota Legislature ended its special session Saturday after approving a $48 billion budget to fund state government for the next two years.
After Negotiations Go Late, Budget Talks To Reconvene At MN Capitol WednesdayThere's no deal yet, but budget talks will continue at the Minnesota Capitol.
DFLer Stages House Floor Sit-In To Protest Lack Of Gun Control ReformA Minnesota lawmaker is holding an all-day, all-night protest vigil at the State Capitol.
Minn. House Looks To Revamp Harassment Rules In WorkplaceThe push to revamp the internal policies came after sexual misconduct allegations against two state lawmakers who resigned last year.
‘Minnesota Gun Rights’ Group Holding Rally In St. PaulA group of gun rights activists are rallying at the Minnesota capitol Saturday.
Gun Control Bills Stall Out At CapitolDemocratic lawmakers and proponents of stronger gun laws say their efforts aren't over.
Fixes For MNLARS, Tax Filing On Deck For SessionMinnesota lawmakers return to the Capitol on Tuesday with plenty of work to do and no guarantee they'll finish it.
Capitol's $310M Face Lift To Be Celebrated With Weekend BashIt's time to party: The Minnesota Capitol is back open.
Capitol Renovations Wrapping, But Not Debate Over ArtSeveral controversial paintings depicting Native Americans were recently slated to be relocated after more than a year of discussion.
Sunday Liquor Sales Efforts Fail ... AgainIf it's a year that ends with a number, lawmakers will try to lift the state's ban on Sunday liquor sales. And they will fail.
Legislature Chips Away At Small Items With 1 Week LeftMinnesota lawmakers are trying to tie up loose ends as the Legislature's focus shifts toward surplus spending plans in the session homestretch.